to produce engineers with more specialized technical training and a specific focus in green energy
to offer a course-work professional development graduate program for practicing engineers to be formally trained in the area of green energy
to provide new immigrant, foreign-trained engineers a degree program that facilitates quicker entry to the Canadian workforce in the important technical area of significant national interest
to provide newly graduated engineers an opportunity to pursue graduate education in the area of green energy
Ms. Lisa Baxter, MEng Program Coordinator.
Tel: (519) 888-4567, ext. 32019; Fax: (519) 885-5862
Dr. Chao Tan, Associate Professor.
Tel: (519) 888-4567, ext. 38718; Fax: (519) 885-5862
For more information about the MEng program in MME, go to: MEng Certificate
One communications course and 8 one-term graduate level courses including 1 mandatory course, 3 specific courses, and 4 general courses from Faculty of Engineering graduate courses.
The mandatory course is
ME 760, Special topics in Thermal Engineering: Energy and the Environment
Three specific courses are from the following
ME 738, Hydrogen Storage Materials
ME 751, Fuel Cell Technology
ME 753, Solar Energy
ME 760, Special Topics in Thermal Engineering: Low Energy Building Systems
ME 770, Special Topics in Thermal Engineering: Wind Energy
Another course, Biofuel and Bioeneygy, will be offered in Fall 2011.
Fall term: ME 760, ME 770
Winter term: ME 751, ME 753
Spring term: ME 738
* may change without notice, please consult the course offering each term.
Current Research Activities in Green Energy Systems